Enhancing your brand with substance

Magazines deliver in-depth information with frequency


Magazines build your brand with frequency and depth. They offer more substance and more value than most other vehicles and provide an archive of knowledge about your company’s expertise both inside and outside the organization. Articles created for company publications can be archived and repurposed for other publications, reprint handouts, blogs, and sales support as well.


  Sonoma Home+Garden magazine (published by the Magazine Division, The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California): editor and writer

Served as editor and project manager for the development of all content and imagery for this annual 80-page, full-color magazine, contributing three articles to it (including the cover story) and hiring all of the writers/photographers for it.
  Supply Chain Leader magazine (i2 Technologies): founding editor

Launched a 48 page full-color magazine to showcase i2’s thought leadership as “the supply chain company” (in software development). Responsibilities include managing the creative, virtual team, developing the topics with in-house authors, soliciting guest columns, gathering all graphics that accompany articles, conducting major interviews, editing all content, and hiring and working with the designer to establish the right look and feel for this company flagship publication.
  San Francisco Art Institute magazine: editor

Redesigned an announcement bulletin into a 24 page, full-color magazine with features and departments. Published semiannually, it was distributed to alumni, trustees, funders, and faculty of the school.
  Insight magazine: editor

Transformed a 24 page, two-color newsletter filled with case studies into a 60-page, full-color magazine to showcase the management consultancy’s expertise in supply chain management and product development. Performed all editorial functions, from developing the slate of topics to soliciting and editing all content and performing press checks.
  Expansion Management magazine (New Hope Communications): editor

Led a redesign of this 120 page, full-color magazine, 9 x 12 format, managing a staff of writers, editors, and designers. Produced a companion Atlas of Global Economic Development annually, offering a comparison of economic factors in different regions to help readers determine whether to manufacture or do business in those regions. Traveled in Europe on writing assignments for the magazine.
  Global Production magazine (New Hope Communications): founding editor

Hired to launch this pre-NAFTA magazine (48 pages, full color, square format) about manufacturing in Latin America, found freelance writers all over the region and developed a format of departments that worked well over the five years of the magazine’s publication. Managed freelancers and worked closely with the magazine’s art director and creative staff; wrote several pieces per issue for it; and traveled in Mexico and the Caribbean to cover economic development activities in those regions.
    Rocky Mountain News Style section (Scripps Howard): writer and production editor

Wrote a column on design and three short features weekly for this publication, copyedited and proofed all content, working with the fashion and society editors; managed the production process.
    Boulder County Business Report: editor

Monthly tabloid format, 2 color, 48 pages; redesigned the publication and led the development of features about business in five cities in the county.
    The Colorado Communicator: managing editor

Responsible for design, editing, and production of this 40 – 56 page quarterly magazine published by The Colorado Council of the International Reading Association.
  Denver Post’s Empire magazine (Times-Mirror): editor

Weekly tabloid format, 4 color, 20 – 40 pages, depending on advertising; responsible for major redesign and re-branding of the magazine as a “Magazine of the New West”; led a staff of writers, copyeditors, designers, photographers, and illustrators; commissioned articles from freelancers around the U.S. Also launched a weekly lifestyles column called “At Home With” for the magazine. The magazine was distributed to over 500,000 readers in 13 Western states. Produced 6 special tabloid sections for the Post annually as well. They ran the gamut from fashion to finance.
  Boulder Daily Camera Focus (Sunday magazine) (Knight Ridder): editor

Weekly tabloid in the Sunday paper; scope included working on a major redesign of the publication with the Vice President for Design of Knight Ridder, choosing and editing all content, working with photographers, designers, and illustrators on staff as well as with the writing staff on the magazine, producing other special sections published by the paper in tabloid format.
  Boulder Monthly magazine: managing editor

120 pages, 4 color, 9 x 12 format; scope included interviewing for and writing feature articles, editing all copy, working with freelance writers, and liaising between editorial and art direction.
  Engineering: Cornell Quarterly magazine: associate editor

This magazine for alumni was 4 color, square format, 40 pages; scope of work included interviewing authors, writing, commissioning and gathering artwork, managing production.